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SORRENTO [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890
OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) The bazaar held in the 3echanics FB 4ild n? 'unt 'of otle-Prfsbyterian Church, proved a great success. The -argeuisaake.or.artice.batk.uaafaL anl-or-rnmentil. c Mesdanir~sPcabcbclk pirSith and Williams presided at the fancy stall, Misses Williams, Hutchin .son d heO~h rfrc'shmw a t stall. Flower stall.: ' e?es Watson Stunner and 'Wclster. Tea and coffee stall: Miss Reily uind Mr ceo.ij- T?Ee fiLth riid conic fed by iý 2li?es -e a c ,'t was -soitrc ob great amusemient To- he you'ilgsters. A word osf preiaois ,:duoto itha ladies for their exertiopp; alotq? p,itumber of gentlemen wip, 1$ 4ily hes ir(,issvs during the evenuig. ',he f gn iy g was very good 'The amoun realised was 1bout;.£ q, hi?-Q, -L;hp ay, be, onsiileed: vepy satisfactory for this tune of year. A teakirepresentuig Dromana, will play Sorrento to-dat:on the ground of the latte.lrj. f U,-1 .& ITlie Back Beach Coffee Palace :was 'started last A iCai elRa largo number. o en arc. emunilpecd. l ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890
lEvery: one oo t ti|ii L^ -A.gain st_ L .r % THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA, (LIMITED.) Cqorneef -4LLINS& AXD Ag)MA4 T QSTRZM A'PMLB0I lHXE .vi1n-If onIO---E-fi.s: - E: TMOlAs ouunrA, Esq., J., , Chairman. . D. CAlTER, ESQ., M.P. -ATTruW LANO, Es9., ?'jP (Mayor of II .,, Melbourne). .. , I Ho. O C. . J. HAN, M .V. LOWEST CURREN BRA.TES--OF PREMIUIM.--- Biipted'hiA G pi6 v#eLe& Vgh 1f E hatghe. a TA .an ; I T 8 A it WILTLIAlMIAGREDIE, A .t -for -Fra T- 7-m t " ]. ?ea ty Professio?l. . (A CARD.) DR. STANLEY-' 'V'R TIEED, ,(LY DR. A.-M. WiL.mxsoN.) May be Consulted at FRANKSTON--THRSDAYS: 2 to 5. DROMANA"MONDAYS: ` 'to: 5. 'f HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1. And at his Private.Residence Mornington S Daily. DB. STANLEZ V. TREED, " " Ta." :.."E111n-ttAy' 1 L3 p I T MORNINGTON. A. H. STURDEE, ISURGEON. i (8auccessor'to Dii.' Arxsas) :~ Maýe Coslted Daily at'his Residenice ".. 'BR"': SR B .. arr, .:F -RANKS TON:. iHe May. also be Consulte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890
AR oE a aried tok of i Fand?entlemon 'Boot and Srhoese Repairs Ngeat;ly Exeeuted.',. d- ..' T. COREYNOLDS , "iigs m er, !Qto ?ti aro rjriti i iiAid at!sofiiroxgmvxt - ? BOOTS andHOE mried Sto o Lrder;s Mado Oentleoena Boots and ShoesBelow Mlurn t!,alwaynr s a hand Et.ie get :.. Gootoenerf all DesAucritions made to Order. it " 'm? "Fi . ! Gt.ei .A.o :d ..anid -Swi Work a Specialtyn. Repaire s Promptly Executred . MELBOUARKET ELBOURNE BOOT AND' SHOE WAREHOUSE. T. COREY, A?NE ONTEIONE, ARADE, rAENTONE, M eonjnctin RE , RtheD irincipal DOOTS and SHOES made to order; ý.k, Repairs Neatly ; Executed ; Beady ade Booeers ind Shoes BCity o Melheourne ATRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. i Auctio prneersd to arrangestat Agetion ts.ale SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. of nd, HousesL, Estates, Stoc, urCOure, (Of threlhournt the an inton District. ener attl Aen ction eern to H01 business en tn hith." A Fewn Cteap Blocks l Stati;hol (beWeekh sidel ) from .rtised HORSES, CATTLE &c, ALSOn LANDs. T...OUSES, FN...
SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890
SCIE.NTIFIC NOTES. ,? Iin the Frenzch-Asseibly 'one of the deputies proposed.that in future all margarine sent; to market should be colored pihk.to ;distinguish it from dairy butter. He was even so good as to name the'dye-namely, brganite wvhich might be used to give the right tint. He did not perceive, however, that this would not prevent the adul teration of butter,: if,i has is alleged, "fat and grease of all sorts" are passed off as the genuine article. In the spirit of fairplay the margarine makers might demand that dairy. but ter should 'ie dyed blue : or, green to distiriguish it from margarine, and to prevent bad'butter from beiiig'palnil off as good fat. It.is hardly fair to the consumers" of. niue iniigtrine i that they should be compelled to et ;a.pro portionate quantity of organite.- All recent legislation -againstR margarine has had lr'it'object' the creation of a perjudice against a wholesome anid palatableo article of food, alid to 'neit a bad naine ;but it is going a...
A TRIP TO MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890
A TRIP TO RIDUnUrA. ,1JTJX. -O}.o4.Kt.'rt)URI S.L$,. L. I Tho, T 11 T The grey awn of a recont Satuday, morniu,'1-found ,mJei a "poneer street railway st stion, a, Cobk's touirist en. rou?e tfor-ilduraw?ia S3 an Ilaill,?d. as irrigation is very much a great qiicstion with pstoarpl; agricultural and. Ilorticultural intcrests of this ilistrict.[oy} , factI, thsropghout'c;the colonies, I will with your permission iTbcord a few notes maelo whilst on this trip to the-rt rheatr i uitiipn\colon of Mlildusra. 'ihe journeiy by ril to deb,;,ljl'> i so .?'e it: that (it' C, hcb ,B juiiltion of sKoondrook and ]Keraun Triamway Co., we-h:l- an-opplortmnity of seein?l hat cii he accomjlished by railvcw @ isin.e! ' ailwa Iq rolling stof this hline consists of q?csgnho and. tqdes, i" cv red " q 'd s ra", a s'. .e..ca.liko Jth-og , cars used on the litie from Adelaide to Glenel g Th e ticets issued and colleced"n" tkhou ;iý sinil t*,lifhe Tr'anuva Co. .Aft lewivng iterian we Vase tlcmugh'i? tho'la...
FOOTBALL SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890
[ .FOOTBALL° SCRAPS~IZ. ; 1. «.:1 !r Goodl/g,?ie.?ci b'tweei?lh Fraiikstoin 'i id'. ri Miornington last Saturday. The red and black are jubilal.t, I Olaf and. ihfhinhols l workedd' wiell togtbthr Biown fiond Mfdildaj never.' played better, goalsl kicked by' C.d" Boz?x. Griunt uand e S:dlinie' in find style,-g! i la~on' shoidd have iiad -two: more, Kelso'.-.; himself again, Tonmney Box and Ritchio ."I, brilliiiift as m worer itho i brothers :'Clark,! T D;minan and Thonms showed grand form back. Jiinuney and Paitterson in good formi "` " Lawrey. and ,Dean layed in their best style,- Toniily Keirr till istickl'it8. haer ;, colors. Morningtn boys played up well the last half. The secretary of the Flinders Football Club acknowledges witli thanks, the re ceipt of half a. gilinia fronm Mg Cbooper; 'ii ".oyal Hotel, Hastings: ,: A plainanid fncydreis baUll under,the ) auspices of the Flinders Football Club. will be held' iit'-Flinddrir-ion!"';riday, 1st August. I Great efforts? are being? m...
FOOTBALL. MORNINGTON V FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 July 1890
U - - FOOTBALL. ,0 MUDS.u U01 thin tific this sejgpn-,;r uOa nyJas;afc n ijgtoi. On the first ioccasion of their meeting, the :Frimnkstdii bbys iwon by 2 go al?j)?" l ithoiYet mWtatelh.abt V rankston resulted in ' a draw, ech side scoring 1i goi'', '? ie in'st er .'therc fore,, 'laiy in .tho. matchplaved, lanst Saturday, because if Mornington succeeded iin wiiiiing, the points would Jboeifatkai in' the foarth iaud nha struggle to! take -place ,ait Frankston ns6xt month. The teams were composed fo116UB-;?:-FwinkistniVs B 6 ro(2)i443 .Brown, Clarke (2),. caiu, 1)Dalman, Griint, .Timnmy,K?rr, Klls6, Lawroy, i;ason, 1[Mouilday, Olaf, Patterson, Rheinhloldt, Ritchie, Saddlier (Captain) and Thomias??k 'up lyri thaviig Blithe i(2)LoI^Tei ,4sar'tf (Cu)t fll)' Cofes, .Evanis (2) E rdsa, .Tar~v, McCuJioili and'ducid4d;tookick up IWl1li haviiig~tlio assistance, of a aligh't bryezo.. On,ithe. ball being set in motion, it was at once, evident that each side was determinied , put forth th'eli' ' ...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890
Meet in the Shire Iall, South Brighton' first Monday imi'eacli nionth. PREiSIDENi': WVi G Burgess, J.:P '' CouNcILLons: North Riding-W?. G. Burgess, llon T. Lent, F. lHollier. Scuth R]iding- C.. J. .l'otts, - VW. Lamnh : Smith, E. L:rVale. East Riding- D. McSwain; R. Mills,/ F. LePage. West Rliding -J. J.Daly, D. :-Abbot, E : Barnett. ,, Secrietaiy-Joln Kcys.;
FLINDERS AND KANGERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890
.JFLINDERIS AND KANGERONCG. Meets at Dromnna the lal t Sattirday in each month. PlrSIDE NrT: A. Doirnivaid, J.P. COUNCILLous: East Riding--). Mairs, J.P., ,A. Down \ward, 'J.P.,. R:' Stanley. Centr:. ; iding-- --:.' laldry, J. C. Grifliths, W. Brown. West ]Riding-W?. Patterson? R. Anderson, J.P., J. Caini, .1P. SecRETARY : Peter Nowiln. - :I'RTnASUUER: T. B.R Muntz.'
HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890
r 3 (e i~(e4 141; aýWh to Mr. Sepantian, Geno of Hastin gs a ~ronize med! tor--is gallant a-temp .the boat capsizing in a rudder-syrull he as successful m aving one a?tor a Q'evere struggle. I have no doubt that Mr. Geno will feel proud at this public recognition of his brave effort.
SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890
SHIRI ES' )IRE]CTORY. 3MO ININGTON. Meets in MIornington Shire iHall the Saturday before full 0i1oon. SPREs1DENT : .A. Downward, J.P. Counacrhrois :' North Riding-J. D: lIox, C. Souter, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frianukston). East Riding-H. 1H. Peddle (Hastings), J. Sawyer (Morning-ton), T. Thornell (Somerville). West Riding-J. E. Adams, A. Downward, J.P., W. 31. Irvine, J.P. (Muornington). SECRET.ARY AND ENGINEESt: 11. E. Moors (Mornington).
FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890
ea s maman newspapers, harp pubhihed sub-leaders re the Bittern to llindersscheduleline. The probability dfr the line,! when constructed bqiig itilhised for'Ithoe "asahtiiian 3ili Vand passenger trailie is suggested, as the nearest point of the Tasqaniann .i1lwayj is't.o&!hilyJº obt't5'l5 i"d3 anf s'the Strait from Flinders. ,he impprtance of ,this natiqnal ations, great and conclusive as they are. There is one local detail, howqver which.do?s?l'not',a'ppeii?'l hsirVedlieeih ltoughoqd.upol,l except by a gentlemani at one of the ]Flinders meetings, and that is that. a line.upon Bittern, would imiediat#lfl ae'ýraiultb'ton, o tilmier ;iillo(,kind ifHastings, communica tion on the main line, with Balnarring, Shoreham and Flinders. Thiis would aatu?rall-a;fford the resi dents of the several places mentioned very?rgrat .tnouveonie aand would a~ss-dly. n'dIto ourag and develop intercourse between those localities. Just iinacei forninstane, Flirt rrs 'fora jtlaf s outing; hi would h...
PUBLIC HALL AT SOMERVILLE TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890
To THE EDITOI. Sui..- at'oujal lik tocoptradict srrirtor ps toltho position I have taken;concerniig tlih abovo in thie firstplace, when the various parties interested, disagreed over the; miittef, IaBskiM4r ýA. JPones to allow nic to withdraw and he" said it would be the best thing I could do. I told Mr. Unthamik that I would rather remain neutral in the umatter: No, Sire those two gentleme, represe?t both sides nrdtl dont think it is right of the parties interested to vent their spleen o mue, seeing that I did all I could to hamn thUill bfrilt',nd lhio f thedit)it occurril I withdrew from it altogether, thanking you; in anticnpation. , PI w.,iy4 retain yours truly, J. REYNOLDS.
LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG. Tuesday, 20th July. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890
.rwi' ir LOCkAL:MAKErS.? :zaO r:"?DANDENONG, Ini : .Tiesday;20thiJuly.. . :. 'Hb*~rdanid S.oti-iepo? . Dairer:'ttle a veory largo supplyof both milkers and spyingers principally inferiog and mediuin idertti0ons71Z Th eno'?mnind a?v3'ei?ed ingly dull, excep£lt'r a few really first class cows; best milkers yarded sold froml .2. 7;to..; 7s 8 ';, othersj from £l,"s6 A6. ?A fair nisucber of d'?y cows, and ?t?o or three lots of nico I;ounng'.hifor?ivere for ward, which sold at about late rates.( Pigs: ft air suppl'odf'porkers iiiid stbres, but very few baconers penned, the markelt all round being firm, especiblly prime ifats andrwell ?riread .stores,?and oumng; pigs. C(lves egtl y'eausier, rgally ?pps elight. weightleeiLlrs bing' most 'm demand. W1oe. ?alsoIreport I ha~ving 'helhfourtuilal nonthly, sales at Poowongand Grantville, disposing o:i lhrgi nimisr of f.tstore atil-dairy citle at fiill marke c s. Also on account of the Trustrees, Executors and Agency Co., Ltd. in the estate of the...
A MUNICIPAL RACE MEETING. A COMING EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890
'A-MUNICIPALRACcEEETE'fINz A COMING ,EVENT BY EARLY BIRD: To give a stir to voters, somnie racing there's to be.. I'll Jay against the riusners, o for .one, h eo hiorses ¶lisve fanifuliar -inames-I'in sure you allw will ' say They'ro christened after peopleo, who are Sfamous intheir way.. : . First on the list is David Mairs he's aged Sand p'rhaps sincere' ;,.:,? _ But when he's got his rufle nli's dit cult to steer. His trainers named ?.slndrringsd nea(tly , : he makesup, ?-y ,. ? -' 'It's two to oie the igrand old nian " starts ;i' favorite for the Cup . 'h'? ""-, r He's to be opposed by Hurly who an awful noise does inmake,' But no '"roarer " ,runs a good irce, in any sort of stake But they say .he is a hot uin and that his" Andi li h'll take : lot :lof beatiing in thel Flinders Shire Cup. Heres a racer calkd. H. Pedle 'Ihas a favorite with the crowd.'" ' He does his work" most cheerfully which makes his backers proud. Whilst othes '5ay h's'.haly, and he'll never see the post, I ...
SCIENTIFIC NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890
SCIENTIFIC NOTES:'. The iutility of the tclephone for strikingi bargains and, defining terms. 'of contracthas liVcn callcdini question. It has been decided in the American courts that a telephonic contract is as binding as any other, but there are. some difficulties ini regard to the evidence. Words may be spoken, but aro they heard, and by whom? In face to faco conferniiceclthe coiinver-s sation is he:lrd'lby all who are present, but a contract negotiated in whispers is only known to the intcrlocutors, and if these two give a different report as to what passed the question of fact must be doubtful. The telephone is useful in the idtcrmediate 'stiages-f ra, tran.action biiut shoul?d not bd relied' upon in bringing business to, a' cou ciiusion. A bargain made by telephofin should stand, but to avoid disputes afterwards its terms should be repeatedi in ,sonme other wiay .sothatthere may be corroboratti c'evidence. In other words, it is unsafelto place relianco on the telephone alono! ...
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY The chi ispctor oc oruhards in Tasmania .\states 'i'his report that ".there is little diinifiuation in the liost)to irecord firomii the/w orl ilig( of the act for thelbst 12 months.." -And whntit isiiore hesays: a am more convinciied :thaniever, fr'om: cniefully ob.di.ii' tlie ,wdrk jierform?&d 'i nder the preselt sy;steii: (iioards); that iio diieet: or:.indirect :benefit will atccrue toothe fr'imi ~gron :in tlihe :i'ty of .riddinig hin i' of "'or silbduiiu " the to C:a ii t outtlieii duties. W: hen Tine board" showis ~i: incliintionmi to db somethiiig" itn ii ot buppeidt141hby othicrs board to, atte iiii t',, force: thip pi: visions of:'i the it while the v.-lj1oining one refimses to act iii the :no?i : "'i')airtmenitof 'o" ?ic nll?ie in' Gnids fri GrIowe s of. iwhCii :No. I: ,i iti~iri, et ie.- . hSIW h .:isi:jitt' coiie-.-. hand iii It :1i i pamphl et'of seven pilgs wiritteni. 1.' ir 1 l .r.Cdl,,;:'iif.'the ]Riihinoiid Nur:sery? iindi d1 iof:excee ...